Aero Theatre
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Series at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica

Fri, May 13, 2011 - Sun, May 15, 2011

After an initial foray into standup comedy and sitcoms, Michael Keaton quickly became a big-screen star in comic gems like NIGHT SHIFT and MR. MOM in the early 1980s. It was 1988, however, when the world really appreciated his gifts in two very different roles: as an addict trying to go straight in the drama CLEAN AND SOBER, and as a mischievous ghost in Tim Burton's outrageous supernatural comedy BEETLEJUICE. Michael Keaton will appear in person for a double feature of BEETLEJUICE and MULTIPLICITY.


Thu, May 5, 2011 - Sun, May 8, 2011

Irish actor-director Kenneth Branagh burst onto the world filmmaking scene at the age of 28 with his acclaimed production of HENRY V. Cinema's most accomplished director of Shakespeare since Olivier, his eclectic body of work also proves his dexterity in every genre. Branagh will appear in person for a screening his adaptation of Shakespeare's HAMLET.


Fri, Apr 22, 2011 - Sun, Apr 24, 2011

Often categorized with great silent comedy masters Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton (1895 – 1966) stands out as the most fearless, difficulty-defying physical showman of his era. An intuitive actor and deft choreographer of sight gags, Keaton’s films exhibit a surprising subtlety, and a beauty in composition that rivals the best silent directors of any genre.


Wed, Apr 20, 2011 - Fri, Mar 2, 2012

Catch up with the best of Recent Belgian Cinema plucked off the festival circuit!


Sat, Apr 9, 2011 - Sat, Apr 16, 2011

James Caan had already been one of America's most compelling, original actors for a decade when his explosive performance as Sonny Corleone in THE GODFATHER made him a star. In the nearly 40 years since Sonny Corleone, Caan has accumulated a stunning body of work; from guerrilla indies to studio spectacles and from comedy to tragedy, Caan has done it all.


Thu, Apr 7, 2011 - Sun, May 1, 2011

Director Sam Peckinpah (1925 - 1984) is one of the true legends of 20th century Hollywood. A prodigious, no-nonsense auteur, he got his break in feature films directing THE DEADLY COMPANIONS starring Maureen O’Hara and "The Westerner" lead Brian Keith. Peckinpah remains one of the most beloved and influential American directors of the last 50 years, engendering affection and loyalty from those who worked with him.